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About Racing's 'Be Friendly' Service

What is Be Friendly? Are you feeling lonely or isolated? Here at Racing Welfare we provide a telephone befriending service for vulnerable, lonely or isolated people within the horseracing industry...

Befriending Case Study

Racing Welfare's Be Friendly Service is available to everyone who works in racing. If you are feeling lonely or isolated you can sign up to a weekly befriending call and talk to a...

Community Events Case Study

Louis Pinder (pictured above) enjoyed a 25-year career in racing, working for trainers in the north and in Ireland. Louis retired eight years ago and he regularly attends Racing Welfare's local...

Planning for Retirement

Retirement When planning for your own retirement you will have different things to consider, depending on your current situation. How you make your plan will be unique to you. Tips for...

Workplace Pensions

What are Workplace Pensions? Workplace pensions also known as Occupational Pensions are a way of saving for your retirement. Each month a certain amount will be deducted from your pay and...

Free TV Licences

How to get your free TV Licence It has been announced that from June 1, 2020 pensioners aged over 75 will have to pay for their TV licence having previously received them for free. The...

Trips and Outings

Racing Welfare organises a number of events around the UK in a bid to tackle loneliness and isolation amongst retired staff, their partners and carers. The trips provide an opportunity to...

Volunteering with Racing Welfare

Volunteering at Racing Welfare Volunteers are highly valuable across the charitable sector. At Racing Welfare we value the contribution made by our team of volunteers and recognise that it would...

About State Pension

The State Pension is a regular payment from the government which most people can claim when they reach State Pension age. The point at which you reach State Pension age depends on your year of birth...